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Someone asked me recently how I get the smooth interiors of my bowls. Potters that want smooth "non-drip" appearing glazes often struggle with it because they do not understand that clay(and opacifiers) in the clay will basically form a double layer in the areas where drips are formed. The only ways to prevent it, is to spray the glazes in a very controlled manner, or to sand drips that form down very carefully after it dried completely. Of cause drips are not necessarily wrong, but it must work along with the design of the object and not fight it. Anyone that have more ideas around this? Antoinette Badenhorst PorcelainbyAntoinette.com TeachinArt.com
Hello, I am attempting to decorate cremation burial urns with gold trim, but cannot seem to find a way to create clean, straight edges that don't have rough spots. I have tried using auto detailing (pin striping) tape, but still tend to get somewhat ragged line edges. Can anyone suggest methods of application, and/or direct me to a source of instruction for applying gold? Thanks, Gabriel